NCAA Will Allow Alcohol Sales At Championship Events – Winning!
The NCAA announced Wednesday that booze will be sold at championship events.
Alcohol sales were first tested at the College World Series, and it went so well that it’s becoming permanent.
The booze is here to stay!
The NCAA announced today it has lifted all restrictions on the sale of alcohol at championship events after successfully testing it at the CWS https://t.co/l2m3hbclvD pic.twitter.com/Yxq7hw91c2
— World-Herald CWS (@OWHcws) April 18, 2018
I couldn’t be happier about this news. The NCAA restricting alcohol has and will always be one of the dumbest things the organization has ever done. What’s better than a cold beer during a game? Absolutely nothing.
Now, I’ve never had the blessing to watch Wisconsin play in the college football championship game, but I have no doubt the day will eventually come. When that day comes there’s no doubt in my mind that I want a cold Miller Lite to suck down as I watch our run heavy offense tear it up.
The NCAA is still far from perfect, but this is a move in the right direction. We just need to get all colleges to sell booze during all events and then we’ll really be rolling.
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